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DC Pbj Snowboard

DC Pbj Snowboard
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Description: DC Pbj Snowboard

If you are looking for a reliable board at a great price, check out the DC PBJ Snowboard. This board is built by DC gear so you know it is a quality product. The PBJ is made in the popular conventional twin shape and is a traditional camber board. The simple camber design of this board makes it popular with the park crew and it is well suited for jibbing, grinding and popping ollies. The PBJ board features an extruded base for easy cleaning and simple maintenance. If you are looking for an easy to use ride and a hassle free board then is definitely the board for you.

Key Features of DC Pbj Snowboard:
  • Traditional Camber
  • True Base
  • Astro Core
  • Bi-ax
  • 3 Degree Bevel
  • Flex: 5/ 10
  • Maneuverability: 5/ 10
  • Camber: +4
Length (cm) 137 144 149 153 157
Effective Edge (cm) 98 106 109 111 113
Tip Width (cm) 27.24 29.04 29.35 29.59 29.8
Tail Width (cm) 27.24 29.04 29.35 29.59 29.8
Waist Width (cm) 23.2 24.6 24.8 25 25.1
Sidecut (m) 6.4 6.5 6.7 6.9 7.1


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This snowboard makes me want to flip cheese
March 13, 2015
Age: 65+
Very good board, more playful than it says, outstanding in the park especially when hitting rails, easy setup and great for hitting big jumps 40-60ft. Can be shaky but its a natural feel, nice pop of the lips of the jumps. Recommend this board for intermediate to advanced.
November 28, 2015
Mammoth Lakes, CA, US
Age: 15-24
Dc pbj
I'm steady changing boards up, went from the forum Youngblood to the soloman Sanchez to this dc pbj, this is best board I've rode so far. Awesome in the park.
March 9, 2015
1 year ago

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Why did you choose this? Store
I'm a beginner boarder and based my choice on talking to vendors from burton and online reviews. I wanted a twin directional with traditional camber. This board is cheaper than Burton and appears to offer great all around capabilities. As I advance, it appears that the board will support my future needs.
charles g on Feb 1, 2016
I liked the color and style
Andreas C on Jan 10, 2016
I'm a beginner boarder and based my choice on talking to vendors from burton and online reviews. I wanted a twin directional with traditional camber. This board is cheaper than Burton and appears to offer great all around capabilities. As I advance, it appears that the board will support my future needs.
charles g on Feb 1, 2016
Great park board for a great price.
John J on Jan 20, 2016
I liked the color and style
Andreas C on Jan 10, 2016
i did not choose this i needed the 157cm. It must have automatically changed itself
Brandon R on Dec 2, 2014
Great park board for a great price.
John J on Jan 20, 2016
i did not choose this i needed the 157cm. It must have automatically changed itself
Brandon R on Dec 2, 2014
im 5'8 168 pounds what size do u recommend?
A shopper on Dec 25, 2014
DC suggests that the 157 version of this board would be best for you. Note that there is a lot of personal choice here.
I'm 5'6" 140 pounds what size should I get ?
Losfavs25 on Nov 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If you are going to ride alot of park and hard pack snow, i would go with the 149. I am 5' 10"" and i have the 155W cuz of my size 12 boots. But if you are an all mountain kinda guy i would just stick with the 149. a little on the small side but will still be just fine. if you are going to ride more powder, i would say go for like a 153 or 154
Im 5'6 215lbs with size 10 boot, what size do you recommend?
A shopper on Nov 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: That's a bit of a tough question. Depending on what/where you like ride. Boards are generally sized on body weight vs height due to "effective edge". You need to have enough edge under your feet to hold the weight of the person riding it. With that said, I would say a 155CM at the small end a 159 at the top end depending on your style of riding.
is this a good park board?
A shopper on Dec 7, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes the DC PBJ is an AMAZING park board.
Would the Union Scott Stevens Bindings work properly for this board as it states that its a great compliment for reverse camber. Will it Work Good For Camber too?
A shopper on Dec 15, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes the Union Contact Snowboard Bindings (Sleepy Stevens Pro Model) will be great for the DC PBJ Snowboard!!! It will work wonders on a rocker or camber board!

You could match the Contact bindings with the Capita Scott Stevens Pro Snowboard HERE:
does it come waxed?
emma p on Jan 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: ya rode it the day after i got it and it was great. love my pbj. camber is perfect for shredding mountain but also good for jibbing and ollieing and anything else you would want in the park. flex is also great. manuels are good
6'1" 200 without gear on, is a 157 a good size?
A shopper on Jan 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yeah, I would move up to the wide model, especially if you have 11+ size boots. Here's the 2016 model in wide - we have a 159cm(W):
I am 5'7" 170 pounds size 10 boot would the 153cm pbj be okay for me?
mitch f on Jan 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hey Mitch. I know the 155cm pbj supports up to 190 but with your height/weight ratio I think the 153 might be better. Just a heads up I think the graphic for the 153 pbj is purple. Best of luck
Is this board similar to the 2013 dc pbj rocker snowboard?
A shopper on Dec 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes it is: just got back from keystone: worked like a champ
I'm 6'1" and a half 200 pounds with no clothes on and wear a size 11 boot. Would the 157 work for me? I ride an m3 rock star 157 right now and it works fine for me. Some people say this will work and others say no looking for more input. Mostly looking for something that'll have more flex and better in the park for jumps and rails.
A shopper on Feb 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Your my size, I'm 6'3" 205, size 11 shoe, I love my pbj 157. Rode it all year at Bear Mountain snappy in the park, has plenty of pop, fun on rails and boxes. If your going big, it can be Almost too loose if your carrying speed. If its mainly park you ride then get this board. Bogs in the fresh stuff. I've been riding since 90's, this is my favorite board to date.
I'm 6 ft an about 160 to 175 is a 157 ok ??
John P on Jan 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I'm 6'2' 200 pounds and I have the 157. I've been riding since the 90's. I love my pbj 157 in the park and for the steeps, bogs in the pow but is a dream in the park. Great on the piste! Has great pop, when I bomb it's a bit loose but I like it like that. You'll love this board guarans!
Any back release bindings that work well with this board?
Mary P on Oct 15, 2015
If you are going to look at rear entry bindings... go with the Flow Bindings... they seem to offer the best performance.
would this or the DC Ply be better for riding park?
A shopper on Mar 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Depends what your trying to ride, I have gone through 8 boards my self and of the 8 this board by far is the smoothest ride for rails, the edges are already cut down so there is little to no concern about catching a edge and is very stable through out any rail, as for jumps because of how stable the board is, it is less forgiving on bigger air, still manageable none the less and highly recommended for any park riding, Favorite board to date.
im about 5'9, 5'10 170. would it be okay to go with the 153 or should i get the 157?
Sharky on Jan 7, 2015
There is a lot of personal choice here, and it will also depend on your style of snowboarding. DC suggests that you might be able to make either work. At your size I would think the 157 would be a more stable deck.
Would this be a good board to teach snowboarding on?
A shopper on Dec 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I think this is a stable and maneuverable deck that is not super heavy. You can ride this a tad short without fear. I think it would work just fine for instruction.
I have a size 12 boot, and im 6,2" 165 lbs just wondering if the 157 will work for me?
Justin n on Jan 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hey Justin. I think Jonathan is right, you should be alright on the 157, at least in terms of weight. When it comes to your size 12 feet, you might experience some overhang. You would also fit on the 155cm wide version of this board that we have here: Might be beneficial to weigh out the options.
What year is this board?
A shopper on Dec 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Carol is right!
Hi I'm 5'6 and weigh 155 pounds. I really like hitting jumps, rails, and other jibs. What size would you recommend?
Michael99099 on Dec 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You could ride a 149cm. The 153cm is more in your spectrum as far as weight goes. Either one. Smaller will be easier to jib and hit park features.
my boot size is 10 im weight 132 and are 5`4 long, are the 149 too narrow for a 10 size boot?
oliver f on Dec 7, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The 149 DC Pbj Snowboard has a waist of 24.8, so it is good up to a size 11 boot. Happy riding!
Im 5'4 and wight 132 LBS. My boot siza is 10 and i like tp ride park, are the 149 good for me?
Thor horgmo on Nov 26, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The 149cm DC PBJ would be a perfect size for you!
I'm 6'2 245 and 45yrs old. 1 year experience. Good basics but looking for a board that's best for quick turns and butters?
Vinsk on Nov 21, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hi Vinsk, the DC PBJ is tailored more towards a "park" board but being it has traditional camber it transitions from edge to edge very nicely. It's a nice board that you don't have to "always be on your game" to ride and have a good time. The flex rating is 5 or 10 so right in the middle.
Im 5'11 and weigh 140 pounds my boot size is 10 1/2 to 11 would the 149 size be wide enough?
A shopper on Nov 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The waist width of the 149cm DC PBJ Snowboard is 24.8cm...

I would check out the 149cm Ride Kink Wide if I was you. Check it out HERE:
what year is this board?
A shopper on Aug 15, 2016

This is the 2014 model
im 6'3 and 180 pounds with a size 13 boot, should I be alright with this board or the wide? I would prefer this one to the wide but if will mess me up I will go with the wide. Any answers
A shopper on Feb 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It won't necessarily "mess you up", but some people with your size feet are bothered or have had overhang problems on regular boards. I'd suggest trying out a board first to see what you prefer.
Can I use a gift card then pay the balance with my credit card?
John P on Jan 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Good question for one of our sales reps... give us a call and we can sort it out for you: 1 (800) 409-7669
Will the rossignol cobra or rossingol cobra V1 bindings be a good choice for this board?
harrison on Jan 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yep, both will work well!
What bindings will go best with this board that aren't to expensive?
harrison on Jan 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: What's your price range? What size boots do you wear?
I want to use this mainly for jumps and park. But I also like riding around the mountain is this a good board for it?
harrison on Jan 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Very good!
is pbj good all mountain/ freeride board or strictly park board?
A shopper on Nov 7, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The PBJ is a freestyle based board, but it is entirely capable of ripping all over the mountain.
I just started getting into park riding learning jumps and maybe rail/box later. Is Pbj a better go or Ply? Thanks
TLOTLO on Aug 17, 2015

Both are great boards, but if you're getting into park riding the DC PBJ Snowboard will be a better board for you because it's just a little softer and not as aggressive.